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    Soooooo, now that i've got them.

    First, a big thanks to Keith at Road and Track, they didn't quite make it on time, so he actually installed them for me at the track, no charge. Can't get better service than that. They're a solid construction with a decent range of adjustment, plus, now they're preassembled!

    That being said, i've got a set of Woodcraft rearsets for sale for an 08 ZX-10R, not sure what the cross fitment is on the year models, 08-10 i believe. Only been used once.

    A little fact i didn't know, and i'm sure most of you took for granted that i did, they do not adjust LOWER, which is what i need for my knees. I double checked the reviews on a bunch on them, and none of them do. They're designed to get the pegs higher for more ground clearance and a better lean angle. Yeah, that makes sense NOW. So, now i go to the water-just CNC machine, and i'll make my own set.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninja Master 10R View Post
    That being said, i've got a set of Woodcraft rearsets for sale for an 08 ZX-10R, not sure what the cross fitment is on the year models, 08-10 i believe.

    I think they'll fit the 06/07 also. (maybe not)

    Are you on ZX-10R.net? I'm sure they'd go quickly, but there is a min member time and post count if not already on to post in the classifieds.

    Just a thought...if you have access to a CNC, make yourself some lowering plates and keep the Woodcrafts. That way you'll have access to spares w/o having to fire up the mill again.

    Maybe make a few sets of plates and sell em....
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZedX View Post
    I think they'll fit the 06/07 also. (maybe not)

    Are you on ZX-10R.net? I'm sure they'd go quickly, but there is a min member time and post count if not already on to post in the classifieds.

    Just a thought...if you have access to a CNC, make yourself some lowering plates and keep the Woodcrafts. That way you'll have access to spares w/o having to fire up the mill again.

    Maybe make a few sets of plates and sell em....
    I like that idea, I'll keep you posted
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninja Master 10R View Post
    I like that idea, I'll keep you posted
    If you get serious (and want to sell some) I'll send you one of my stock rearsets to see if they match mounting points. ..or maybe just measurments...whichever.
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    Dang Kasey, I'm sorry that they won't work for you. I had no idea you wanted to go lower.

    Lowering plates w/ those would be cool.
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    No worries keith, you live, you sometimes learn! If i would have told you before what i needed, i'm sure you would have told me not to get them. I'm pretty sure i can still get what i need out of em' better than the stock sets.
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